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Friday, October 18, 2019

Guyana invited to access £300M UK aid

– British High Commissioner to Guyana, Greg Quinn has invited the Guyana Government to submit proposals to access a £300 million fund as...

Sea levels could rise by 3ft in the next 87 years – UN...

A leaked draft of the U.N.'s next major climate change report warns that global sea levels could rise more than three feet by the...

President favours broadcast digitisation, but stresses media professionalism

-  President Donald Ramotar is fully behind the Caribbean Broadcasting Union’s (CBU) mission to transform the region’s television and radio operations on a digital trajectory,...

Finance Ministry reiterates that Gov’t is not incurring debt from Amaila Project

Minister of Finance Dr. Ashni Singh in a statement this evening reiterated that the government will not incur any debt from the Amaila Falls...

Agricola Accident: Man succumbs to injuries

Shawn Bourne, 71 who was injured in the accident in Agricola last night , has succumbed to his injuries at the Georgetown Public Hospital...

CAL to review airfare structure

Following a meeting today between the Guyana government and the management of Caribbean Airlines (CAL), it was agreed that the current airfare structure...

Financial Analysts respond to Gouveia on Amaila Falls issue

Financial analysts, Chris Ram and Raymond Gaskin has criticised Capt. Gerry Gouveia for not inviting the government to explain their conflicting claims about the...

Suriname puts on spectacular show as Carifesta XI opens

The Surinamese Presidential Palace located in Independence Square, Paramaribo on Friday, was transformed into a kaleidoscope of colours as thousands of people witnessed the...

President is avoiding full disclosure on financial structure of Amaila Falls – APNU

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) says that unless President Donald Ramotar is prepared to make full disclosure on the financial architecture of the...

Amaila Falls: President calls for final meeting between Opposition, Gov’t teams

President Donald Ramotar has called for one final meeting between the government and the opposition party – A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) aimed...

Recent Articles

Captain Bernard Singh rescued

Captain Bernard Singh, who was piloting the plane which crashed in the country's interior this morning, has been rescued. The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA)...

Step-father charged with murder of 4-yr-old boy

The Step-father of the 4-year-old boy, who was pronounced dead two Monday’s ago, after he was found unconscious, naked and with injuries to the...

Jafar Gibbons is new UGSS President

Jafar Gibbons has been elected the new President of the University of Guyana Students’ Society. The University of Guyana held the Installation Ceremony for the...

Local authorities working to prevent swine flu outbreak in Guyana

With an outbreak of the swine flu disease in other parts of the world, local authorities are working to ensure the illness does not...

PPP concerned about rigged elections

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has expressed concern that the APNU/AFC coalition is preparing to either set aside or rig next year’s March 2,...

CDC volunteers complete jungle survival training

Members of the Civil Defence Commission’s (CDC) Volunteer Emergency Response Team (VERT) recently completed training in jungle survival. Over the weekend, the team travelled up...

Granger to return to Cuba for health check-up

President David Granger will be returning to Havana, Cuba for a medical check-up on Saturday, October 19, 2019. He made this disclosure on the sidelines...

Over 40% adult Guyanese overweight/obese – FAO

Guyana and the rest of the Caribbean region have made immense progress in reducing absolute hunger; however, they are now being faced with another...

GCAA launches investigation into plane crash in Reg. 7

The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority has launched an investigation into the plane crash at Aricheng, Region Seven (Cuyuni Mazaruni). A small plane which was shuttling...

Workshop to improve standard of living in Caribbean gets underway

Local, regional and international groups and entities are presently participating in a four-day workshop in Guyana to address the burning issue of slum improvements...